I guess Interscope records has just had enough of Chief Keef, because they dropped him this past week. The rapper, who had come out with his debut album in December of 2012, had failed to really light up the charts.
While I thought Finally Rich was pretty good, and I know Tom Rothman was digging some of the rhymes, one sort of big release in two years probably isn't enough. Especially with nothing else on the horizon, and a growing rap sheet of legal problems.
According to Twitter, Keef is going to be going the indie route though. Still dropping some new songs via iTunes, and he'll still be touring. Maybe this will actually provide him with an opportunity to cut out the middleman, and make more off of his own songs.
You never realize how much noise space actually makes, but NASA just released some amazing recordings that showcase the sound that different planets and parts of space have. Have to say, some of Saturn's sounds are pretty soothing. Would make a pretty awesome ambient soundtrack.
Plus, the actual recordings of space in action are somewhat cooler than the last time we heard NASA's recordings put to use. That album that Beach House and the Antlers put out was just not that great. But this was a freaking work of art.
Add this to your playlist Jared Haftel, you're going to want to give NASA's recording of what our universe sounds like another listen:
I rarely have the time to find new music, but thanks to Christian Broda I got to discover a great new track today. The new one from Young Thug feat. Lil Wayne. Check out the music below: